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  • DrewLinQ User Manual Document Revision: 12/07/2016

  • DrewLinQ User Manual

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    Copyright Information

     All material herein is Copyrighted © 2016 Drew Technologies, Inc.

     The DrewLinQ software, hardware, and firmware are also Copyrighted.

     Users are given permission to copy any part of this manual provided that the copy is used with the DrewLinQ product and the "Copyright © 2016 Drew Technologies, Inc ." statement remain on all copies.

     "DrewTech" is synonymous with "Drew Technologies, Inc." and is used throughout this manual.

     The “Drew Technologies” logo is a registered trademark of Drew Technologies, Inc.

    Notices

     The information contained in this document is subject to change without prior notice. DrewTech shall not be held liable for technical, editorial errors, or omissions herein.

     Warranties for DrewTech products and services are set forth in the express written warranty statements

    accompanying the product. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting any additional warranty.

     DrewTech assumes no responsibility for any damage resulting from the use, misuse, or negligent use of the DrewLinQ hardware or any software application used with the DrewLinQ.

    Acknowledgements

     Microsoft™ and the various versions of Windows™ are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

     Most OEM software applications are registered trademarks of their respective corporations and also carry copyright notices.

    Safety Information

    The DrewLinQ is designed to be used by those trained in the diagnostics and reprogramming of vehicles and equipment. The user is assumed to have a good understanding of vehicle electronic systems and the potential hazards involved while working in a shop environment. There are numerous safety situations that cannot be enumerated or foreseen, so DrewTech recommends that the user read and follow all safety messages in this manual, on all shop equipment, from vehicle manuals, as well as internal shop documents and operating procedures.

     Always block/chock all wheels (front and back) when testing.

     Use caution when working around electricity. There is the risk of shock from vehicle and building-level voltages.

     Do not smoke, or allow sparks/flame near any part of the vehicle fuel system or vehicle batteries.

     Always work in an adequately ventilated area. Route vehicle exhaust fumes to the outdoors.

     Do not use this product where fuel, fuel vapors, or other combustibles could ignite.

    Drew Technologies, Inc. 3915 Research Park Drive, Suite A10

    Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Phone: (734) 222-5228 www.drewtech.com

    sales@drewtech.com support@drewtech.com

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    1. Table of Contents

    1. TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................................ 3

    2. INTRODUCING THE DREWLINQ ............................................................................................................................. 5

    2.1. OPERATING SYSTEMS SUPPORTED .................................................................................................................................... 5 2.2. TMC/SAE STANDARDS ...................................................................................................................................................... 5 2.3. PROTOCOLS SUPPORTED ................................................................................................................................................... 6 2.4. DREWLINQ LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) INDICATORS ..................................................................................................... 6

    3. INSTALLING THE DREWLINQ................................................................................................................................. 7

    3.1. IF INSTALL DOES NOT RUN WHEN INSERTING THE CD INTO THE PC .................................................................................. 7 3.2. LATEST DRIVERS ................................................................................................................................................................ 7

    4. ACTIVATING THE DREWLINQ ................................................................................................................................ 8

    5. TROUBLESHOOTING THE DREWLINQ WITH VDA VALIDATION TOOL (VVT) ....................................................10

    6. TROUBLESHOOTING RP1210 DEVICES ...............................................................................................................11

    6.1. COMMON HD/MD CONNECTORS AND TYPICAL PROTOCOLS TO TEST .............................................................................. 11 6.2. VALIDATING A J1939 OR J1708 VEHICLE - SIMPLE TEST ................................................................................................................. 11 6.3. VALIDATING J1939@500K OR MULTI-CAN-CHANNEL VEHICLES - ADVANCED SETTINGS ...................................................................... 12 6.4. VALIDATION TEST RESULTS .............................................................................................................................................. 13 6.5. TROUBLESHOOTING SUGGESTIONS AND NEXT STEPS ...................................................................................................... 14

    7. TROUBLESHOOTING J2534 DEVICES ..................................................................................................................15

    8. HEAVY-DUTY AND MEDIUM-DUTY SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY .......................................................................16

    9. LIGHT-DUTY/MEDIUM-DUTY J2534 SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY ......................................................................17

    9.1. SETTING UP J2534-COMPLIANT APPLICATIONS ............................................................................................................... 17

    10. SETTING UP COMMON APPLICATIONS FOR THE DREWLINQ ...........................................................................18

    10.1. ALLISON DOC .............................................................................................................................................................. 18 10.2. BENDIX ABS DIAGNOSTICS........................................................................................................................................... 18 10.3. CATERPILLAR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN (CAT ET) AND NOTES ................................................................................... 18 10.4. CUMMINS INSITE ......................................................................................................................................................... 19 10.5. DANA DIAGNOSTIC TOOL .............................................................................................................................................. 19 10.6. DASHLOGIC - PASSTHRUSCOPE ................................................................................................................................... 19 10.7. DETROIT DIAGNOSTICLINK 8 ......................................................................................................................................... 19 10.8. EATON SERVICERANGER .............................................................................................................................................. 19 10.9. HINO DIAGNOSTIC EXPLORER (DX2) .................................................................................................................... 19 10.10. NAVISTAR SERVICEMAXX J1708 ............................................................................................................................... 20 10.11. NAVISTAR SERVICEMAXX .......................................................................................................................................... 20 10.12. NAVISTAR DIAMOND LOGIC BUILDER (DLB) .............................................................................................................. 20 10.13. MERITOR-WABCO TOOLBOX .............................................................................................................................................. 20 10.14. NOREGON JPRO(TM) PROFESSIONAL............................................................................................................................. 20 10.15. POCKETFLEET PF-DIAGNOSE ....................................................................................................................................... 20 10.16. RA CONSULTING SILVER SCAN TOOL ........................................................................................................................... 20 10.17. VOLVO/MACK PREMIUM TECH TOOL (PTT) .................................................................................................................. 20

    11. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................21

    11.1. DREWLINQ PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL..................................................................................................................